Center for Youth Wellness was under a tight timeline when seeking an Online Program Enablement company to partner with to build their program on the Bridge LMS platform. They wanted to scale support to screen for ACEs properly and effectively.
When entering into a partnership with Construct and Bridge, Center for Youth Wellness had never developed an online program. Due to their depth of knowledge in ACEs but inexperience in the online space, CYW claimed that they really “appreciated the project management and hand-holding” (Leena Singh, LMS Consultant at CYW) that Construct was able to provide. In addition, “the meetings with Construct had structure with the purpose of getting everything done in a timely manner” (Myrnelle Gomez, Training & Technical Assistance Manager at CYW).
Construct was able to not only take the information surrounding ACEs and present it to the audience, but they also presented “expertise in online learning and how the courses should be structured in modules and the appropriate length for absorbing the information,” (Jennifer Marshall, Content Strategist & Copywriter for CYW) allowing the courses to best suit CYW’s audience of medical providers and medical specialists.
- Reaching more people via a scalable online course model.
- Tailoring self-paced courses to suit the needs of busy medical professionals.
- Supplementing CYW consulting services for greater accessibility.
- Expanding training reach and broadening learning scope.
- Completing project within a tight timeline of five months.
We were under a tight timeline and Construct was one of the only organizations that could get what we needed done in the timeline we asked for.
DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMS
CENTER FOR YOUTH WELLNESS
Learning & Visual Discovery
At the beginning of the project, the Center for Youth Wellness met with Construct for a design session. CYW came to the table with experienced writers for the course. Much of the conversation focused on the most valuable resources to build out the remaining pieces of the courses. Construct committed largely to the Learning Design through translating and curating the content provided by CYW.
Following Construct’s uplift of the content, CYW would connect again for review sessions to edit, provide feedback, or submit recommendations for changes. Both CYW and Construct’s commitment to creating high-quality courses made for a very detail-oriented review process.
Construct quickly created course atlases and course blueprints using resources provided by CYW. CYW then had 1-2 weeks to review these, during which the two teams would meet frequently to make adjustments. Following final approval of the atlases, the courses were built into Bridge by Construct’s Learning Technologists.
Production & Sign-Off
Once Construct built the courses, Construct’s production team drafted video scripts. With the approval from CYW, Construct began delivering motion graphics and scenario videos for the courses. Production feedback resulted in voiceover swaps and text edits. Once completed, the visual elements were added to the Bridge courses, finalized, and approved.
Creation and delivery of two one-hour courses within Bridge.
Enhanced visual design by creating two custom motion graphics, two case study videos, and sixty custom graphics.
All course elements were outlined, created, reviewed, and signed-off with CYW’s strict five-month timeline.
Construct completed all project pieces following CYW’s budgetary requirements.
The online courses’ flexible, self-paced nature enables CYW to meet busy medical providers’ needs better.
The courses’ scalability allows CYW to have a greater impact and provide support to professionals on a larger scale.
Because we’re a non-profit, and have a specific budget that may not be huge, being able to have a team like Construct that understands that, respects that, and is able to make a quality course without an exuberant amount of money was huge for us.
TRAINING & TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE MANAGER
CENTER FOR YOUTH WELLNESS